List of works by Andrew Marvell

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Andrew Marvell wrote many poems.

The works by Andrew Marvell consist of lyric poems, Latin poems, and many others.

Poetry[edit]

Poems of disputed authorship are marked with asterisks. Organization is based on the 1993 Everyman's Library edition.[1]

Lyric poems[edit]

  • A Dialogue, between The Resolved Soul, and Created Pleasure
  • On a Drop of Dew
  • The Coronet
  • Eyes and Tears
  • Bermudas
  • Clorinda and Damon
  • Two Songs at the Marriage of the Lord Fauconberg and the Lady Mary Cromwell
  • A Dialogue between the Soul and Body
  • The Nymph Complaining for the Death of her Fawn
  • Young Love
  • To His Coy Mistress
  • The unfortunate Lover
  • The Gallery
  • The Fair Singer
  • Mourning
  • Daphnis and Chloe
  • The Definition of Love
  • The Picture of little T.C. in a Prospect of Flowers
  • The Match
  • The Mower, against Gardens
  • Damon the Mower
  • The Mower to the Glo-Worms
  • The Mower's Song
  • Ametas and Thestylis making Hay-Ropes
  • Musicks Empire
  • The Garden
  • The Second Chorus from Seneca's Tragedy, Thyestes

The Cromwell era[edit]

  • An Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland
  • Upon the Hill and Grove at Bill-borow
  • Upon Appleton House
  • The Character of Holland
  • The First Anniversary of the Government Under His Highness The Lord Protector
  • A Poem upon the Death of His late Highnesse the Lord Protector

The Charles II era[edit]

  • The Last Instructions to a Painter
  • Epigramme Upon Blood's attempt to steale the Crown

Poets and heroes[edit]

  • Fleckno, an English Priest at Rome
  • To his Noble Friend, Mr. Richard Lovelace, upon his Poems
  • To his worthy Friend Doctor Witty upon his Translation of the Popular Errors
  • On Mr. Milton's Paradise Lost

Poems in Latin[edit]

  • Ros
  • Magdala, lascivos sic quum dimisit Amantes
  • Hortus
    • Translation. The Garden
  • Epigramma in Duos montes Amosclivum Et Bilboreum
  • Dignissimo suo Amico Doctori Wittie. De Translatione Vulgi Errorum D. Primrosii.
  • In Legationem Domini Oliveri St. John ad Provincias Foederatas
  • A Letter to Doctor Ingelo
    • Translation.
  • In Effigiem Oliveri Cromwell
    • Translation. On the Portrait of Oliver Cromwell.
  • In eandem Reginae Sueciae Transmissam
    • Translation. On the same being sent to the Queen of Sweden.
  • Upon an Eunuch; a Poet
  • In the French translation of Lucan, by Monsieur De Brebeuf are these Verses
  • Inscribenda Luparae
  • To A Gentleman that only upon the sight of the Author's writing....

Disputed authorship[edit]

  • A Dialogue between Thyrsis and Dorinda*
  • Tom May's Death*
  • On the Victory obtained by Blake over the Spaniards*

References[edit]

  1. ^ deF. Lord, George (1993). Poems of Andrew Marvell. Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. ISBN 978-0-679-42038-5

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